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I have a Dell E153FPb 15" flat screen monitor. At first, when I turned on the computer, I thought I had a completely dark screen, but after checking all the connections and on the advice of my brother, I tried shining a bright light directly on the monitor and I can just make out (with a lot of eye strain) what is there. My brother says this means the back lighting is shot and I need to open the monitor to see what sort of light I need to replace it. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to open the thing, though I've unplugged it and unscrewed it from its base. Any ideas?
To open,remove base.place monitor lcd side up, the silver screen frame comes off,try opening above logo,get it started and it comes right off.it's your inverter,the thingy that your backlights plug into.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
Usually with this type of fault it is the cap on the inverter board gone low in value causing a small fuse (next to it) to go open circuit.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Auto adjust would retore the screen to what is usual of the Tv not the users expectations. Usimng the brigtgness contrast buttons to control a picture quality accustomed.
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